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Old 16-02-2007, 11:08
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srt subs on an xvid

how do u put srt subtitles on an xvid video?
i just converted my movie to xvid (xvid >> divx)
but i just realized that i only knew how to put srts on a divx
anyone have any ideas?
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Old 16-02-2007, 11:28
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I don't understand the problem... You don't "put" subtitles onto a DivX/XviD movie (in case you mean that the subtitles get burnt into the film - that's laaame!), you have the player software overlay the subtitles over the movie instead.

To achieve this, the player must be able to find the subtitles that belong to the movie. Usually, the subtitles need the have the same base name as the movie and any recognizable extension, e.g. "Movie.avi" and "Movie_ENG.srt", "Movie[jp].sub" or "Movie.noideawhatlanguage.srt" will do - unfortunately, "Movie_2.sub" (a subtitle for the sequel!), too... It depends on the software, though - especially with desktop DVD players - so do some experiments with rewritable CD's/DVD's before burning your movies!
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Old 16-02-2007, 11:35
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haha
noo nooo
its and indian movie
i wanna get the subtitles burnt in
!

i know its laame
but like
i really want to 8(
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so far ive moddded xboxes with:
2 Matrixes
3 Xbits

My xbox!:
-250 gig
-XBIT
-4981.06 x2
-orange led for light, matching beautifully with the orange x in the splash screen
-Component cable

my problem...solved?!:
-one of my friends says he can get about 450 files off it!... and now i havent seen him for about 4 months..and ive written him like 11 emails.. WHERE THE HELL IS HE?! :mad:
[B]OWNED! <3 TylerDurden![/B]
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Old 16-02-2007, 13:17
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Ehhh... Anyway... Install VobSub, and have the subtitles displayed by its DirectVobSub component and then subtitles will be part of the movie. Now run the DivX/XviD conversion. (Mind you, during each conversion you will lose some of the picture details because MPEG-4 uses lossy compression!)
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